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Make your own handheld gaming console with this DIY kit that’s on sale

By September 12, 2019 No Comments

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What if we told you that there’s a portable game console that you can customize to your heart’s content? One that will give you all the nostalgic feels? And one that will also let you sharpen your programming skills? What if we told you that such a device exists?

Well, that’s exactly what we’re telling you. 

The gadget in question is no other than the GameShell Kit, a modular, portable gaming console embedded with a GNU/LINUX operating system. It’s also more than 20% off right now in the Mashable Shop.

Check it out:

Mimicking the design of the GameBoy, the GameShell lets you enjoy thousands of retro games from Atari, GB, GBA, NES, MAME, MD, PS1, and other nostalgic consoles you’ve probably already forgotten by now. You can use it to play classic games from PICO 8, LOVE2D, PyGame, Phaser.io, Libretro, and other engines, but you also have the option to modify games and even create new ones thanks to ClockworkPi.  Read more…

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